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14” wheels on 2011?


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Will 14” wheels fit over the brakes of a 2011 rear axle? Looks like the 14” wheel option was removed after disc brakes were added in 2010. I believe the rear brakes are only 1/2” larger than the front.
 


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Well they might but im sure they wont on the front, 14’s are tough to find anymore other than a basic generic replacement. , 15’s are starting to head that way too.
 

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I’m almost 100% sure 14s will not fit on a 2011.
 

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I feel like 14s were removed as an option much sooner than 2010..
 

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I feel like 14s were removed as an option much sooner than 2010..
I think 1998 was the last year. I’m pretty sure 1999 and up were 15s and 16s.
 


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